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Friday, February 12, 2010

Singer, C. Gregg 1910-1999

The Rev. Dr. Charles Gregg Singer, scholar, professor, minister, churchman, and gentleman, passed away on March 22, 1999, at the age of 88. His academic and ministerial career stretched for more than six decades.A native of Philadelphia, Pa., Dr. Singer was a graduate of Haverford College, and earned his masters and his doctorate in history from the University of Pennsylvania. He was awarded an honorary doctor of divinity from the Atlanta School of Biblical Studies in 1986.Among the places at which he taught were Wheaton College, Salem College, the University of Pennsylvania, Belhaven College, Montreat-Anderson College, Catawba College, Furman University, and Atlanta School of Biblical Studies. At the time of his death, he was an active member of the faculty of Greenville (S. C.) Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Among his published works were:

A Theological Interpretation of American History,
John Calvin: His Roots and Fruits,
Arnold Toynbee: A Critical Study,
The Unholy Alliance (an expose of the National Council of Churches),
From Rationalism to Irrationality,
A Christian Introduction to History and Philosophy,
The Church and the Sword, and
South Carolina in the Confederation.

He also contributed to the Encyclopedia of Christianity and the Dictionary of Church History.

A long-time ruling elder in the Southern Presbyterian Church, Dr. Singer was the last President of Concerned Presbyterians, Inc., a "layman's" group which had called for the establishment of a Continuing Presbyterian Church. When that new denomination, now called the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), came into being in 1973, Dr. Singer remained in the old denomination, to continue the fight. When judicial action was taken against him in 1975 on what he called "trumped up charges," he was able to transfer to the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. In 1987, he joined the PCA, by being ordained as a minister by Central Carolina Presbytery.
Dr. Singer's wife predeceased him. He is survived by four children, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Gregg Singer passed away quietly in the home of his son, Robert, just before midnight on March 22nd.

Downloadable Audio: 162 Downloadable Audio Files at Sermon Audio:

Lecture Series:

A History of Evangelism and Revivals (5 Lectures)
Apologetics (History of Secular Philosophy vs. Christian Thought) (17 lectures)
Christian Education (4 Lectures)
Christian View of World and Life (4 Lectures)
Church History (32 Lectures)
Church Polity (Book of Church Order) (12 Lectures)
Decline of American Culture 1800-1974 (10 Lectures)
History and Theology of the Charismatic Movement (3 Lectures)
History of Revivalism (14 Lectures)
Puritan Heritage (3 Lectures)
The Christian and Politics (11 Lectures)
The Christian View of History (6 Lectures)
The Christian View of Philosophy (5 lectures)

Great Moments in Presbyterian History: 8 Lectures

1 Introduction to the Series and John Knox
2 Covenanters
3 The Westminster Assembly
4 Colonial Presbyterianism & the Great Awakening
5 The 19th Century (Old School/New School)
6 The 20th Century
7 Emergence of the OPC
8 The Nature of Government (Romans 13:1-8)

Miscellaneous Lectures and Sermons:

A Positive Critique of How Shall We Then Live?
Applications of American History
Calvinism and the Reformation
Christ Our Righteousness (Romans 10:4)
Christian Education
Hegel and Marx
History: A Christian Perspective
History of the American Presbyterian Church, Part 1
History of the American Presbyterian Church, Part 2
Impact of New School Thought
John Calvin
Proper Worship of a Sovereign God (1 Peter 1)
From Rationalism to Irrationality
Results of the Reformation
Speaking on Calvinism
The Ascended Christ (Acts 1:1-11)
The Augustinian Approach to History
The Christian Teacher of History
The God of the Covenant (1 Peter 2)
The Interceding Christ (Hebrews 4:4-16)
The Obedient Life
The Religious and Theological Causes of Secession
Theology of John Calvin

Downloadable Book

Unholy Alliance The Definitive History of the National Council of Churches and Its Leftist Policies - From 1908 to the Present - National Council of Churches - 1975

The Story of Presbyterianism: A Summary - 1984

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